2000 Buick Century • 48,000 miles
I HAVE A 2000 BUICK CENTURY WITH 48000 MILES AND I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF A VIBRATION AT 50 MPH OR MORE, THE TIRES ARE 4 YEARS OLD AND THE RIMS ARE LESS THAN A YEAR I HAVE NEW BRAKES, ROTORS, AND TIE ROD ENDS
March 25, 2011.
March 25, 2011.
Has the front-end been aligned, lately? Does rotating the tires make any difference? Some makes and models, I've seen bad shocks cause a vibration.
YES THE FRONT END WAS ALIGNED AND THE TIRES ROTATED WITH NO DIFFERENCE BUT THE SHOCKS ARE ORIGINAL
If you took it to an alignment shop, what did they say about the vibration? If the alignment shop is at a loss, I'm not sure what to tell you?
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